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Mise en Scene 2013

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Film Studies Mise-en-Scene

Film Studies Mise-en-Scene

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  • 1. MISE EN SCÈNE Film Language
  • 2. Mise en scène includes: • Costume • Action • Make up and hair • Props • Setting
  • 3. Status? Costume…
  • 4. Costume… Profession?
  • 5. Costume… Where & When?
  • 6. Action Significan t action & ... reactions
  • 7. Make up and Hair
  • 8. Props Who?
  • 9. Setting
  • 10. Look at the following image and, thinking about mise-en-scène, answer the following questions:
  • 11. Where and when is this happening? What is the nature of this place?
  • 12. Who is the key figure in the image? How do you know? (Look at lighting, eye-lines & positioning within frame.)
  • 13. How does the way the girls are positioned within the frame affect the mood of the image?
  • 14. COSTUME ACTION MAKE-UP & HAIR PROPS SETTING Movie Still Analysis
  • 15. MISE EN SCÈNE IN THESE EARLY FILMS IS UNUSUAL. IT IS HIGHLY STYLISED TO REFLECT KEY THEMES WITHIN THE FILM. Expressionism
  • 16. HOW DOES THE MISE EN SCÈNE REFLECT A INSANE PERSONS VIEW OF THE WORLD? ‘The Cabinet of Dr Caligari’
  • 17. HOW DOES MISE-EN-SCÈNE CREATE A SENSE OF THE IMPORTANCE OF MACHINERY? ‘Metropolis’
  • 18. HOW DOES MISE-EN-SCÈNE CREATE A SENSE OF CLAUSTROPHOBIA? ‘Metropolis’
  • 19. IN PAIRS ANALYSE THOROUGHLY THE FOLLOWING SEQUENCE (S) IN TERMS OF MISE-EN-SCENE. Task

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